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Throwing Copper (Discontinued) by Live

Throwing Copper (Discontinued)
180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed
This item has been discontinued

Throwing Copper (Discontinued)
by Live

Our Price:
$39.99
Discontinued!
Product Code:
LION-MOV-414
Label:
Music On Vinyl
Genre:
Rock
Format:
180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed
UPC:
0600753402344
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First 1,000 on copper colored vinyl!

When Lives Throwing Copper was released in 1994, it lingered in the bottom of the album charts for a few months before the alternative music lovers finally caught on. And then they played a massive game of catch-up: Throwing Copper yielded worldwide radio hits like I Alone, All Over You and Selling The Drama which eventually partially defined the sound of the nineties. Ed Kowalczyks spiritual lyrics and passionate delivery resonated with millions of fans, positioning this band as one of the sincerest and most sophisticated bands from the era. Listening to Throwing Copper throws a lot of us back to the days of baggy pants, painted dreadlocks and pogoing like theres no tomorrow.

1. The Dam At Otter Creek
2. Selling The Drama
3. I Alone
4. Iris
5. Lightning Crashes
6. Top
7. All Over You
8. Shit Towne
9. T.B.D
10. Stage
11. Waitress
12. Pillar Of Davidson
13. White, Discussion
14. Horse

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